The latest update to both Audiobooks and Audiobooks Premium turned them both from iPhone only apps to universal iPhone and iPad apps. We are pleased with the update, and hope you are, too. It is easier to filter books however you would like, and to take advantage of the full iPad screen.
We have been busy around here. We just released a whole bunch of Audiobook + Text apps for the iPad, so you can read along with the book while you’re listening! Check them out:
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Over the next few weeks, we will be highlighting some of our favorite short story Audiobooks. Let us know if there are any books you want us to review.
The first short story is 2 B R 0 2 B by Kurt Vonnegut. It is only 22 minutes, but packs quite a bit in. It is an interesting tale that follows the decision process of a man, Edward K. Wehling, Jr., whose wife is about to give birth to triplets. The twist is that aging has been cured, individuals have indefinite life spans, and Edward has to find 3 people that are willing to die in order to bring his 3 children into the world. Listen to hear how far a father will go for his soon to be born children.
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The Unofficial Apple Weblog featured an app demo of AudioBookShelf yesterday. Check it out here.
We’ve been busy around here – we have released a whole bunch of new audiobooks in the android market – check out everything Traveling Classics has to offer in android here.
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Recently, I traveled with my iPad. I have to say, I loved it. A long wait at the airport has never flown so quickly. My husband and I love to play board games, so it was great to be able to play some of our favorites on the go. We played Carcassone, Battleship, The Game of Life, Monopoly, Scrabble, and Spit while we were traveling.
We also had fun using Google Earth to see a bird’s eye view of where we were.
I read several books, and even downloaded another while I was traveling. Normally 3-4 books would have taken up quite a bit of luggage space, but I had them all in my iPad instead this trip. I used both iBooks, and Kindle, and they were both great.
I brought a few magazines from home, and added some recipes I wanted to try to My Recipe Book while traveling, and now they’re waiting in my queue for the next time I want to try a new recipe.
I also edited some photos from the trip using Filterstorm.
What do you use when you travel with your iPad or iPhone?
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If you loved Karen Savage’s reading of Anne of Green Gables, she has read quite a few other books, you can check them out at her website, or just search for her as a reader in Audiobooks, Audiobooks Premium, and Audiobooks (iPad Edition).
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Make your own Cherry Cordial – the one Anne and Diana were supposed to drink, but accidentally drank some of Marilla’s wine instead.
1 tsp sour cherry syrup
5 oz ice water
Add the syrup to the water and stir – add ice and enjoy!
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